The Fanatics - I Will Not Be Lonely / Be Mine mp3 flac
- Album: I Will Not Be Lonely / Be Mine
- MP3: 1137 mb | FLAC: 1231 mb
- Released: 1965
- Style: Garage Rock
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 158
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I Will Not Be Lonely" was my original direction for us and the real me at the time. I never intended to sing "Shame On You" as you hear it on the record. It just developed to that in the studio. I'm totally shocked to see it on so many internet sites and on so many compilation CD's. It and "I Will Not Be Lonely" are getting more play and recognition now than back when we did them.
They knocked out "I Will Not Be Lonely" for Gina Records and it got some attention in Houston and, over the next few months, they built their audience through consistent appearances around town, which continued even when Ford was called back to boot camp. The group kept performing and Ford returned at the end of the year, after which they cut some sides in January 1966. These were the first songs released to Neal Ford & the Fanatics and soon afterward, Ames was replaced by Jon Pereles, who was the lead guitarist and Ford's vocal sparring partner. Nevertheless, 1967 saw Neal Ford & the Fanatics playing the gulf region to big audiences and they started to record material for an album - more than enough, actually, with some of the leftovers surfacing decades later on Ace's Good Men comp. Hickory released the group's debut album in November 1967, after Stringfellow was drafted.
NEAL FORD & THE FANATICS were a 1960's rock band from Houston, Texas. They released one LP on the Hickory label, along with a number of singles on Hickory and other labels. Their songs were strong and the band was tight, playing regularly at skating rinks, shopping malls and night clubs like The Catacombs and The Living Eye. Top Tracks.
Lyrics to "Lonely Day" song by System Of A Down: Such a lonely day And it's mine The most loneliest day of my life Such a lonely day Should be banne. The second single from the album. Guitarist Daron Malakian wrote this song and provided lead vocals on it. The expression "The most loneliest" used in these lyrics is very incorrect grammatically. The most lonely" or "the loneliest" would suffice. The opening guitar melody on this song is based on the song "The House Of The Rising Sun" by The Animals. This track was featured in the film "Disturbia" (2006) in a scene when the main character tries to entertain himself while being on house arrest.
Francis M. Album Happy Battle. Let the sun shine Let the rivers run away Coz it?s a beautiful day now To play now As I close my eyes and pray Lord have mercy on me ?Coz I?m feeling kinda lonely Would you be, could you be? My one and only. Took a train at a station And almost lost my patience coz I was waiting Damned rain delayed the train Now I?m waitin? in vain Just to see your face Is this the one that I'm supposed to be afraid of Is this the one that I'm supposed to be ashamed of Hard as a rock not soft like.
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- Written-By – Neal Ford